Friday night, Sept. 7th, with Sam Parsons was wonderful.
Sam is walking in victory, to God be the glory,
though he has a diagnosis of stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
Alexis finished his race on planet earth. Please pray for his grieving father and family.
The memorial service was held on Sunday at the Mission Church. Praise God for the blessed assurance that Alexis will be walking with Jesus.
Dave and Marilynn served on our board for many years. We met the Yeadons at Sky Valley Park in Desert Hot Springs. We were blessed by the Yeadons’ ministry since Dave was a missionary’s son and spoke Spanish. Dave and Marilynn recruited groups from Sky Valley Park from the Pacific Northwest and Canada.
Marilynn was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and outside of a miracle, she will be leaving us in the near future. Please pray for the Yeadon family.
We praise and thank God for their part in His Ministry.
PAST THANKSGIVING MEAL
We first met the Van Dykens at Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, CA. Pete and Janice made all the arrangements for hosting our Thanksgiving dinner at the Baja Mission. The Van Dykens have had an extraordinarily difficult year, but Janice will carry on her tradition of preparing Thanksgiving this year.
However, we will have to purchase turkeys and all the trimmings in Mexico because of difficulties at the border. If you would like to have a part in providing our festive Thanksgiving dinner, designate on your contribution “Thanksgiving dinner."
Mabel will be baptized this Sunday, Sept. 16 as we celebrate her birthday at the Village Church in Laguna Woods, CA.
Mabel celebrate her 100th birthday on Sept. 26th. She is a faithful contributor.
DR. BRYAN WICKS (FAR LEFT) AND DR. MELISSA PEREAU (NEXT TO HIM)
TAKEN IN THE PRAYER CHAPEL OF RANCHO DE CRISTO
The Pereau’s son-in-law Dr. Bryan Wick underwent surgery on Tuesday
to his cervical spine. It was done urgently because his spinal cord was being compressed. The surgeon says it went very well. Bryan will be in the
hospital for a few days and then hopefully home to his family .
It will be months of physical therapy to see if he recovers fully.
Please pray for Bryan and Melissa.
Whatever happened to Corrine? Corrine was at one time, administrator of the Baja Mission. She returned to the U.S. to take care of her aged mother, then served on the U.S. board as an ambassador to our missions.
Corrine is in good health at 90 years of age and lives in a retirement home near her daughter Sue, who also spent time at the mission.
Please pray for the outreach team going
to Oaxaca from Sept. 21st to Oct. 11th.
There are 15 adults going: some are from our outreach department, some from our church, Hugo and Lizeth from Sinaloa, Esther Torres from the Learning Center, and Mario, Graciela and Sandra. They will train leaders, teach leadership classes, school for parents, and a Bible summer school for children.